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Government-Backed Money Advice

Make the most of free guidance on money, pensions and more.

Whether you’re a business owner or an employee, it seems that tough times are ahead.


But rather than letting money worries get on top of you, take advantage of the advice and support being offered by MoneyHelper.



MoneyHelper is the government’s free and impartial financial guidance service, bringing together the Money Advice Service, The Pensions Advisory Service and Pension Wise into one service.

In a financial world full of jargon and complexity, MoneyHelper has been created to cut through all of this. Make it your first port of call for all things money-management, whether you need support to clear your debts, make your income and savings work harder for you or need pensions guidance.


Online or over the phone, you’ll get clear money and pensions guidance and pointers to trusted services if you need more support.


If you’re facing redundancy, your income has fallen or you're self-employed and struggling, MoneyHelper can offer you the support to put you back in control, helping you to clear your debts, reduce spending and make the most of your income as well as planning ahead for major purchases.



If debt is an issue for you, MoneyHelper will support you with practical measures to get out of the red, to ride out the difficult times and to avoid going back in to debt in the future. The help they offer is free, impartial, quick to find and easy to use.


Don’t let yourself be intimidated by money matters or think you can keep ignoring them. MoneyHelper can give you the knowledge, skills and tools to take control of your finances.


MoneyHelper say, “We help people make sound financial decisions throughout their lives and encourage them to make changes that improve their financial wellbeing. Financial wellbeing is about feeling secure and in control. It is knowing that you can pay the bills today, can deal with the unexpected, and are on track for a healthy financial future.”


So rather than ignoring your own financial challenges, take that first step to getting your finances on track and keeping them that way. Go online to www.moneyhelper.org.uk or call them free on 0800 1387777.


 

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